Colton and I had a double brunch date a couple of weeks ago at the beautiful Sixty Vines with another couple. Sixty Vines is the newest restaurant owned by the Front burner Restaurant Group (or the people who gave us Mexican Sugar and Whiskey Cake. ) They work hard to distinguish their restaurants starting with their delicious hand-crafted drinks and chef-prepared menus made from fresh, local ingredients.
When you walk in to Sixty Vines, you can’t help but stare at everything. They designed every detail of the restaurant to be beautiful, well-lit, and open.
You can see into the kitchen and watch the brick oven pizzas as they are prepared and baked with it’s clean, simple food-centered design.
What to drink
I love that the wall behind the long bar is lined with all of the wines on tap. You can try several different ones and create your own flight with the 2.5 oz servings. On Tuesdays, you can drink rose all day for half the price.
There are also a list of beers on tap, that can also be a flight if you want to try several different ones.
If wine isn’t your thing, check out the iPad for additional drink choices. Since we went for brunch, the girls split a mimosa carafe. They have several different carafes at great prices to check out while you are there.
What to eat
Sixty Vines has a brunch, lunch, and dinner menu. You can enjoy brunch on Saturdays and Sundays every week. We visited during brunch, so here are some of our favorites we recommend.
Our group started with the sticky buns. You can taste a hint of orange in these gooey treats, and the walnuts give it an added crunch. If you like sweets at breakfast, don’t pass up on these.
For savory breakfast lovers, try the butcher’s brunch pizza. My favorite part was the sunny side up egg. It added a creamy texture to the pizza and really brought out all of the flavors.
If you are a classic pizza eater, Sixty Vines’ margherita pizza was deemed the “best margherita pizza we ever had” by our table. The local ingredients add to the freshness of the pizza. However, it is the the basil pesto that really made it take the cake (or pie, so to speak).
The boys at the table opted for the heartier C.A.B. brunch burger option. Their only complaint was that it was so juicy, it made bun too soggy to take home. They had to finish everything at the restaurant. Poor babies.
The lemon roasted chicken is another great choice if breakfast foods aren’t your thing. The chili broccoli rabe steals the show.
Sixty Vines also has incredible brussels that have a little kick from the king pao vinagerette.
If the photos weren’t enough for your mouth to water, then I don’t know what will get you in the restaurant. Sixty Vines has delicious food and drinks all hand-crafted with local ingredients.
The open restaurant is beautiful and it is the perfect place to grab brunch, lunch, or dinner.
Unless you are a member of the “Vine wine hugger club,” you cannot make reservations. Fortunately for them, they have a beautiful outdoor area or large area inside to wait in. Both times I have been in, the wait time was less than we were quoted.
When it is crowded, Sixty Vines can get a little loud inside. It wouldn’t be the best place for a large group who wants to have a deep conversation on a Friday night.
Everything from the decor to the food is planned to perfection. The food and wine go hand in hand to create the ultimate experience for your taste buds. Your eyes will enjoy taking in the beauty as well. In order to understand what I mean, you should probably plan your visit soon. You will not be disappointed.
Have you been to Sixty Vines yet? What is your favorite thing on the menu? What looks the most delicious? Leave me a comment below!